On Border Life at 8pm tonight:
- Our farmers are having a tough time, but they’re finding increasingly imaginative ways to earn a living. Fiona McIlwraith visits a farm that’s home to one of the biggest zip lines in Europe. She also tries out the UK’s first human slingshot!
- First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recently gave President Obama a parcel of Scottish tea. Emma Baker visits a tea plantation in the Lowlands that could spawn a whole new industry
- And Fiona McIlwraith’s off to the Logan Botanic Garden. By harnessing new technology a ‘green greenhouse’ has been created to house an amazing collection of South African plants
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The demonstrator, who is thought to be from Ambleside, appeared to be mimicking Prime Minister Boris Johnson wearing a blonde wig and suit.
The 77-year-old was airlifted to hospital after being hit by a car in the town centre. She died early Friday morning.
Scott Thomas Hanson, 35, was approached inside a Cockermouth church out of concern by the 92-year-old worshipper last August.